In the 60’s golden era of American muscle cars, Corvettes were a huge part of the action. the 1969 Vette’ belongs to the third generation of Chevrolet Corvette and by that year the Stingray gained an increased engine displacement and other upgrades. Proudly carrying the “Stingray” name for the second time, the 1969 Vette’ embraced a “Mako Shark” inspired body design. This splendid example of the 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray which bear subtle upgrades while retaining its originality. Located in New Jersey, this 1969 Corvette is arguably one of most unique and rear Stingrays in the market today.
With its unique and iconic rear hunches, side gills, fenders and slant front end, the Corvette is an iconic shape. The exterior and interior both are fashioned in Le Mans Blue, a rare blue-on-blue color combo making it hard to forget that you’re driving an American classic. It sits on BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires with Chevrolet motor division hubcaps. This car features a Recently installed soft top that can be returned to stock with the included Factory hard top. In the inside is also finished in Lemans spec. The dash in equipped with a large round speedometer and matching tachometer that are placed in front of the steering wheel. The center console includes an analog clock, water temperature, oil temperature, fuel gauge and ammeter. All electronics in the cabin function perfectly and, additionally, a new radio is installed.
This car features a 350ci crate motor under the hood (a 5.7L small-block V8 engine as its otherwise known). The power produced is forced to the rear wheels through a 4 speed manual transmission favored among most enthusiasts. The engine is said to have delivered 350 horsepower when it was new. Power brakes are installed on all four corners of the car for surefooted stopping.